Sarah Malik

Sarah Malik is a Walkley-award-winning Australian investigative journalist, SBS presenter and avid traveller. Her work focuses on asylum, religion, surveillance, technology and its intersection with gender and race – most notably examining domestic violence, gender inequality and migration. She has lived in Jordan and slept under the desert stars in a Bedouin camp in Wadi Ram, climbed Asia’s highest peak Mount Kinabalu in Borneo and Malaysia, and travelled to over a dozen countries including Japan, Turkey, Palestine, Pakistan, India and much of Europe. Sarah graduated from the University of Technology, Sydney, with degrees in law and journalism. She began her career as a cadet journalist and reporter for the Australian Associated Press and has also worked as a journalism lecturer and teacher at Monash and Sydney universities.

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